Columbia County, Bloomsburg, State Police Department

Columbia County, Pennsylvania is a relatively small county made up of 490 square miles in the north central part of the Commonwealth.  In 2008, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation reported 721 accidents of which 325 resulted in injuries and 13 resulted in fatalities.

State Police at the Bloomsburg Station Investigate Accidents

Columbia County, Pennsylvania accidents are often reported to and investigated by Troop N of the Pennsylvania State Police located at the Bloomsburg Station.

The contact information for the Columbia County Pennsylvania State Police Department is as follows:

Columbia County State Police Bloomsburg

6850 Hidlay Church Road

Bloomsburg, PA 17815

570-387-4261

866-295-2722

Call a Pennsylvania Car Accident Lawyer For Help After an Accident

If you’ve been injured in a Columbia County car accident then you need the assistance of a Pennsylvania car accident lawyer who can protect your rights and advise you about your potential right to damages.

Pennsylvania personal injury attorney Jon Ostroff has been representing Pennsylvania injury victims for more than 20 years.  He has helped more than 20,000 people recover damages for their injuries.  Jon’s “20/20” experience is rare in the United States.  His experience gives him the knowledge and skill to negotiate with insurance companies and his compassion gives him the ability to fight for you.

Contact Jon today for a free consultation about your case.

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